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In her softcover book The Power to Prosper, award-winning writer Michelle Singletary has a field-tested financial challenge for you. For twenty-one days, you will put away your credit cards and buy only what you need for survival.

With Michelle's guidance during this three-week financial fast, you'll discover how to:

* Break your spending habit

* Handle money with your significant other or your spouse

* Break your bondage to debt with the Debt Dash Plan

* Make smart investments

* Be prepared for any contingency with a Life Happens Fund

* Stop worrying about money and find the priceless power of financial peace

As you discover practical ways to achieve financial freedom, you'll experience something even more amazing ... your faith and generosity will increase, too.
Published: Zondervan Audio on
ISBN: 9780310320388
Unabridged
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